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Loihi (pronounced low-ee-hee) is a neuromorphic research test chip designed by Intel Labs that uses a asynchronous spiking neural network (SNN) to implement adaptive self-modifying event-driven fine-grained parallel computations used to implement learning and inference with high efficiency.

The chip is named after the Loihi as a play-on-words - Loihi is an emerging Hawaiian submarine volcano that is set to surface one day.


  • Jim Held, Intel Fellow & Director Emerging Technologies Research, Intel Labs, HPC Developer Conference 2017 ("Leading The Evolution of Compute: Neuromorphic and Quantum Computing").
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